The Bob D’Ottavi Scholarship is available to first or second year students undertaking the Master of Architecture or Master of Landscape Architecture at the University of Adelaide and undertaking an exchange program to Camerino University, Ascoli Piceno, Italy. Applications close Friday 27 March.
15 October: Julian Raxworthy will discuss ideas from his book “Overgrown”. A reconsideration of the garden and a call to landscape architects to consider both planting and the elements of time and maintenance.
Research Day is an annual opportunity for members of the SABE research community – both staff and research students – to share current research and innovation in the school with affiliates and stakeholders in the built environment professions, industry and government, as well as the wider University community.
Thursday 12 September: Amy Clair, Research Fellow University of Essex, United Kingdom.
The Australian Institute of Architecture FAD19 Festival was designed to consider how architects can influence thinking and disrupt current practice, featuring a GGA and University of Adelaide student installation, "Designer Poetry".
The School of Architecture and Built Environment hosts an annual Student Awards event that recognises high achieving students who have achieved outstanding results at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Congratulations to Professor Jon Kellett for being elected to the Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia!
Professor Jon Kellett has been elected to the Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) which is an award that shows broad appreciation of the contribution to planning in Australia.
The School of Architecture & Built Environment is delighted to announce the realisation of “Hojoki Terminal“, a ‘spatial experiment’ authored by Richard Le Messurier and A/Prof Julian Worrall, installed at the Art Gallery of South Australia and the University of Adelaide on the occasion of the World Tea Gathering 2018, held in Adelaide between November 2-9 under the auspices of the OzAsia Festival.
Graduate and Alumni, Alex Lock is in the news. As a senior landscape architect at Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) and Brand SA ambassador, she has seen a shift in Adelaide’s “changing built landscape and approach to its public spaces and public life within the city” over her eight years as a professional landscape architect.
First exhibition in Australia to focus on Japanese domestic architecture to open in Adelaide, the "Japan – Archipelago of the House" is an exhibition of contemporary Japanese architecture focused on the category of the house – at once the most iconic and the most approachable of the multi-faceted contributions that Japan has made to the discipline of architecture.